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April 26, 2012 by Admin Filed under Golf Free Videos
Tags: Golf, Grip, install
this is the first time I heard of a 73 deg wedge. Wow that would send the ball backwards
73 degrees? Holy shit mind your nose!!!
Mineral spirit? whats that then?
Seems easy enough, but you in the world uses a 73* wedge, thats unheard of, 64* maybe but god damn 73* REALLY
Can’t believe that I paid somebody to regrip my club. It’s so easy!
You can also use a air compressor to remove the grip. And since I’m cheap, I can keep the grip.
you got it right, the solvent does nothing but melt the tape, when it dries the tape becomes like glue.. you can use any tape under the grip to make it “oversized” but go with masking, cheap and easy..
have you played with mineral spirits?? its not that flammable, but your right, i should have moved it more than 2 feet away with 500 degrees of heat…
Use next to the container with spirit
you give a nice example ???
yea that would be painfull.
you do not want to cut your shaft
thanks for the video, does it matter if you get some grip solvent on the the grip (outside of the grip)?
also i get my grips with 3 papers underneath to make them bigger, how is that done? is it just putting 3 layers of masking tape put underneath the double sided grip tape?
haha yeh and he has the heat gun pointed at the god damn spirits can!
2:13 “make sure to now hold it here too long, or you WILL burn your house down… ” hahahaha lmao
In the Mood by Glenn Miller.
73* is a 73 degree wedge lol
please tell me what the name of the song in the beginning is
Sweet video!!! Camera man was great!!
Tape comes with our grip pack, but if you have a different style, any double sided tape will do, 90% of shops have it so its not too hard to find, the shaft protector, as I said is usually at golfsmith / edwin watts / or online. thanks
were can u get the tape and shaft protector?
Yes, you can put 1 strip down the middle or you can spiral it down the shaft. It does not need to be more than 5-7 inches long.. and make sure to put a extra piece of tape at the end of the shaft, like when i twist the extra part of the tape. if you need more help, i will post another video for you. thanks.
good observation, but when you pop the end of the tape, it usually takes about 45 mins to 1 hour to dry, but around 6 hours cure completely. you can swing the club after about 20-30 mins if its not a full swing.
this video is fine except at the end when he says the club is ready to play. Please leave your club for 24 hours before playing it or else the glue will not stick properly.
Great!!! Thanks for the great reply!
Never in my life has a grip over gone on that easy.
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